Joyetech have just released their latest pod system, and we were lucky enough to get our hands on one in rose gold.
The eGo AIO Mansion is an all in one pod style system with a 1300mAh battery, and uses the popular BF SS316 0.6ohm coils seen in other Joyetech devices. It brings automatic draw capabilities, adjustable airflow, and a refillable 2ml tank. It also comes in six color options, and looks nothing like any previous vape in the eGo AIO line.
In this in-depth eGo AIO Mansion review, we’re going to go over everything that you need to know about this all-in-one mod to help you decide if this is the vape for you. Enjoy!
This item was sent to us for the purpose of this review. This does not in any way affect our opinion or ratings of the device.
What’s In The Box:
- 1 x eGo AIO Mansion
- 2 x BF SS316 0.6ohm head
- 1 x USB cable
- 1 x Manual
- 1 x Warranty card
- 1 x Warning card
- Spare parts
- Size 10.3cm
- Weight: 83g
- Colors: Orange, Black, White, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold
- Battery capacity: 1300mAh
- E-liquid capacity: 2.0ml
- Atomizer head: BF SS316 0.6ohm head
Design and Build Quality
The eGo AIO Mansion is a small device, about the height of a credit card and about half the width. The eGo AIO Mansion is made of a sturdy, ribbed, metal material. Though what that material is, who knows? It’s not listed anywhere on the product box or site, but I can only assume that it’s made of aluminum alloy or stainless steel. The device itself is quite slick and smooth, and the ribbed texture helps to give it a bit more of a grip. The eGo AIO Mansion is also quite light, and so I found the ribbing to be a nice touch.
The mouthpiece of the AIO Mansion has a rectangular shape, with one little air flow hole that is located in the centre of the opening. It also has two air flow openings on either side of the base of the mouthpiece. On the underside of the mouthpiece you’ll find a screwdriver, which is used for removing the atomizer cap (more on this below).
Joyetech were kind enough to include a dust cap with this device, but they really missed the target on this one. It doesn’t click on to the mouthpiece, and instead merely hovers on it. Personally I didn’t take my cap out of the house because I just knew that it would get lost. But if you aren’t going to be using the device for a while and want to store it, I could see it being somewhat useful.
Once you take off the mouthpiece and take a peek inside you’ll find: the atomizer cap with adjustable airflow, the draw activated sensor, and a rubber stopper. The airflow adjustment on the atomizer cap doesn’t change the draw very much, but you can make it a little bit more restricted. The rubber stopper allows access to the tank, and prevents any spillage. Once you remove the stopper, you can easily fill your device with your favorite ejuice. Just make sure that you replace the rubber stopper when you’re done.
There are two small windows on the sides of the eGo AIO Mansion that allow you to view the amount of eliquid in your device. This also allows you to precisely fill your tank. If you want to see how much eliquid is in your device and if it’s time to refill, just click the power button to illuminate the window.
The LED makes it a lot easier to see your eliquid level, and there are seven different colors that you can set: red, yellow, green, blue, cyan, white or purple. Simply click the fire button three times to change the color of the LED. You can also turn the light off completely if you wish.
On the body of the AIO Mansion you’ll find the fire button, a micro-USB charging port, and the eliquid viewing windows. Personally, I found the power button to be kind of loose. Every time I slid my finger along the button it would make a clicky, rattling noise. I wish Joyetech had paid more attention to build quality in this department because it’s very annoying. Other than the fire button though, the build quality of the Mansion is very solid and feels good to hold in your hand.
How to Use the eGo AIO Mansion
To power on your eGo AIO Mansion, just click the fire button 5 times quickly. To vape, simply draw on the mouthpiece; no need to press the fire button! I love draw activated devices, and the ego AIO Mansion is extremely simple to use.
How to Install the Coil
To install the coil, you’ll want to start by removing the mouthpiece cap.
Use the screwdriver on the underside of the mouth piece to unscrew the atomizer cap.
Take your coil, and screw it onto the atomizer cap.
Replace the coil and atomizer cap into the housing, and tighten it using the mouthpiece.
How to Fill the eGo AIO Mansion
Remove the mouthpiece from the eGo AIO Mansion mod. Pull out the rubber plug and insert your bottle nozzle or dropper. Using the window on the side of the mod, located above the charging port, you can view the eliquid filling up. Once filled, replace the rubber plug and mouthpiece. Be careful not to overfill, as the tank is only 2ml.
The eGo AIO Mansion is a cheap all-in-one vape, but produces some decent quality vapor and flavor. The 0.6ohm coils heads offer a very clean taste from your ejuice, and the AIO Mansion provides a very restricted MTL draw. Adjusting the airflow on the atomizer cap doesn’t change the airflow very much, and I found that the draw was quite tight regardless of the setting.
The flavor on the eGo AIO Mansion is good for an all in one vape, but tastes noticeable different than a sub-ohm tank or RDA. However, that’s to be expected as the AIO Mansion is meant to be an affordable all-in-one mod for those transitioning to vaping.
One important thing to note: in my testing, I had the AIO Mansion start to auto fire a few times. After taking a few draws the eGo AIO Mansion started to fire continuously, and I had to hit the fire button five times to get it to stop. While it does have 10 second cut off protection, I wasn’t waiting that long. Unfortunately, by the time I turned it off I had burned out my coil.
After the auto-firing happened, I noticed ejuice around the auto fire sensor on the interior of the mouthpiece. I suspect that this is what caused this problem, and so I would clean out your eGo AIO Mansion regularly as a precautionary measure. Regardless, I think that this is a pretty bad design flaw, but I’ll have to get my hands on a second one to test if this is merely my unit. We’ve contacted Joyetech about the issue and are awaiting a reply.
The tank on the eGo AIO Mansion is also quite small at only 2ml. This means that you’ll be refilling the tank quite often. While it is quite easy to fill, it’s still tiresome to have to do multiple times in a day.
Battery and Charging
The eGo AIO Mansion has a built in 1300mAh battery. For all-in-one devices, this is pretty large and will definitely get you through a day of having vaping.
Charging the eGo AIO Mansion is easy enough, and is done using the USB charging cable provided, and either a wall charger or your computer. Simply insert the charging cable into the USB port on the side of the mod, just under the atomizer tube window. When your eGo AIO Mansion is fully charged, the indicator light will go out.
When you’re vaping with the eGo AIO Mansion and the battery is near fully charged, the light will stay on momentarily. The LED indicator will start to flash more rapidly as your battery depletes, letting you know when it’s time to charge.
The AIO Mansion is a cheap, all in one device, but it can produce some decent vapor. For someone looking to transition into vaping, the Mansion makes a good device because of its ease of use and lightweight. The battery is also quite large at 1300mAh, and will definitely get you through the day. On the other hand, the tank capacity is a little small at 2ml, and the auto firing is worrisome. I’m hoping that we received a defective unit, and we’ve contacted Joyetech about the issue. We’re awaiting a reply, and we’ll update this review as soon as we get one.
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